Practical Survival Guide

When in the face of imminent destruction we need these to Survive
Curated by Clayton

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This gallery has 25 objects

a hat for your head, and to look cool
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a basket in case you find any snakes
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these kickers are great for style
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you need to drink something right?
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my favorite new shirt
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everyone needs flower gloves
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fun bird keep close
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goes on belt, holds your gun, useful
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you can be the envy of every survivor with one of these
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an ax because wood helps build things
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tools can be used. its true.
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the most stylish slacks anywhere
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maybe its a magic ring?
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blanket to keep warm very effective
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saddle for horses or other animals
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You need something to dig holes, because well they are holes!
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the fanciest shoes for the fanciest survivor
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these make fun noises and make you look tough... whats better?
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crates are great, you can put things in them or sit on them.
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a picture of a tent, to remember what a tent looks like
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a trusty companion
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life is all about taking chances
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a great decoy in any situation
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this guy is just super cool... Look at him hes great!
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the best way to defend yourself when you are outnumbered
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Buffalo Phil's deep thoughts

You've found some significant objects, Clayton, many of which will indeed be useful for survival. But the best part of this collection are your personal perspectives. I laughed-well done!


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Marg2309's deep thoughts

Thanks for sharing how you came to choose each object--very fun! In the event of a catastrophe, we definitely need a sense of humor, don't we? Even so, you have quite a collection to start that new museum! Thanks, Clayton!